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Are you ready for the Summer Reading program at the library

Lexington, SC (06/03/2021) – The annual Summer Reading Program is here, and readers of all ages are encouraged to participate in Tails and Tales. Summer reading helps build literacy and language skills, prevents the dreaded summer slide for school-aged children, allows teens and adults to experience the joy of reading and so much more.

As you make plans this summer, don’t forget to include the library In your routine. The program runs from June 1 through August 8 and features free virtual programs and in person outdoor events for your entire family—book talks, puppet shows, art demonstrations and more.

Beginning Wednesday, June 3, all Lexington County Public Library (LCPL) branches will expand in-person service hours. Visit for details.

Curbside pick-up will be available on Tuesdays. For details on how to use this service, call your local library branch.

Wi-Fi is available inside and outside of all branches.

Book returns are open at all branches.

Over the last year, LCPL piloted many new services. Please give us your feedback by joining the conversation to plan future programs and services by: 

Attending a focus group o 6/10/21 at 6:30 PM

Pelion Branch Library o 6/15/21 at 10:00 AM

Lexington Main Library o 6/17/21 at 6:30 PM

Gaston Branch Library o 6/21/21 at 6:30 PM

Batesburg-Leesville Branch Library o 6/29/21 at 6:30 PM

Irmo Branch Library 

Taking our survey

For more information on LCPL programs and services, visit or connect with the library on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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